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The heel, that which is stepped on everyday. Said Rabbi Banaah at the tomb of Adam: “I looked at his two heels, and they shone like suns”..
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This is a personal story of how Chassidic teachings revitalized one man’s life and his perspective on his relationship with his Jewish self.
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The fifth Rebbe of Lubavitch teaches us the importance of learning, self-development and growth in spiritual matters.
One of the great Chassidic masters teaches us about sadness and where the pieces of a broken heart should lie.
A Chassidic story of Rabbi Naftali of Ropshitz inspiring two argumentative combatants to criticise themselves instead of each other.
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The difference between a love that depends on something versus a love that does not depend on anything is discussed in light of our relationship with G-d.
A Chassidic story of the disciples of the Maggid of Mezerich, including the Alter Rebbe, discussing how, in their opinions, G-d should run the world.
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Nothing is real. That is the point proved by the chassidus of Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchak Schneerson in his series of discourses called Hemshech Tzaddik Dalet.